Contributor: Patrícia Sofia Oliveira Fonseca Nunes “He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never knows where he may cast”. Leonardo da Vinci. For several years, nursing has been recognized as the backbone of worldwide health systems (1). The World Health Organization has urged … Continue reading Empowering nurses through nursing theories
Contributor: Irfan Ullah Nurses are vital pillars of support and compassion in the complex world of healthcare. They are the bedrock of patient care, driven by unwavering dedication and steadfast commitment. This article explores the daily activities of nurses, delving into the challenges they face, the impact they make, and the unique qualities that define … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Nurse: Dedication, Compassion, and Resilience
This week marks 3 years since Nursolog.net became a reality! My thanks to the vision of Jacqueline Fawcett, Peggy Chinn and other members pf the AAN theory-guided practice panel who were part of that initial envisioning of bringing nursing knowledge into the digital age and making the theoretical and conceptual basis for nursing practice more … Continue reading Happy Anniversary, Nursology.net!
Contributor: Betsy M. McDowell, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF I live in a southern state of the United States. Southerners are known for eating grits, whether as shrimp and grits, grits casserole, cheese grits, or numerous other grits recipes. So, it may be surprising that I personally have never been a big fan of grits. I … Continue reading Using the Neuman Systems Model with GRIT
Contributor/Nurse/Artist: Tashaé Gomez-Jones In the spirit of the U.S. Independence Day celebrated on July 4th, we welcome this powerful image from recent BSN graduate Tashaé Gomez-Jones, inspired by the concept of emancipatory knowing in nursing! My name is Tashaé Gomez-Jones. I am a recent BSN graduate from Heritage University located on the Yakama Nation reservation … Continue reading Emancipatory Knowing Praxis
The scarcity of the nursologist workforce, coupled with the huge challenges of the current pandemic have underscored the need for care of ourselves as we live in a time of personal, professional, and political uncertainty about what will happen to each of us and our significant others and when whatever will happen will occur. We … Continue reading Life-Work Balance: A Roper-Logan-Tierney Model of Nursing Perspective
Image description: Light-skinned human-being wearing a red button-up shirt holding up a question mark on paper over their face. As a doctoral student, the first time I was introduced to the concept or idea of Nursology was during my first year in my nursing philosophy and theory course with Dr. Pamela Reed. Prior to Dr. … Continue reading Nursology.net: What’s in it for Nursing Students?
Guest Contributor - Erin C. Stratton, PhD, RN When I was young, becoming a nurse was not something I had ever considered. By happy chance, during college while reading a friend’s Fundamentals of Nursing book, I came to the realization that being a nurse combined three of my favorite subjects: science, math, and people. I … Continue reading Bringing Theory To Life
Contributor: Ellen E. Swanson, MA, RN, BSN, PHN, HNB-BC (Retired) Source https://www.ahna.org/ Recently I had a professional practice story published in the American Holistic Nurses Association journal, “Beginnings”. Several responses to the story motivated me to think about the potential use of professional practice stories in nursing education. I shared with a local nursing professor … Continue reading VISCERAL NURSOLOGY
“When I walk in the door of the College of Nursing building I feel different. There is something deeply peaceful about this place.” “I can’t put my finger on it, but when I’m here I can think, feel, and connect to myself…I’m present ”. “It’s not like any other building on campus. It’s about studying … Continue reading Structure and Design as an Expression of Nursing’s Ontology